Each time he would give his maximum potential.

He would issue reference books from the library, watch videos on Youtube, make a separate notebook for each of his subject, practice all the numerical and learn all the definitions.

And each time he would fail.

There were other students besides him, who wouldn’t work hard the way he did, and still they managed to get better grades.

And no matter how much he would struggle to learn all of his syllabus, he would fail.

Was God being unjust with him?

He always hoped that his hardwork would pay off.

But he saw nothing coming.

Failures continued to happen.

He was beginning to lose hope.

Until one day.

When everything begin to make sense.

When he won a national competition.

When it became the most important thing in his life to secure a promising job.

Grades did not matter.

~AA

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